Kamala Harris made a career of straddling issues and rebranding herself while moving from prosecutor to legislator. Now the Democratic vice presidential nominee will have to rebound from her hard-nosed law enforcement record to become an agent of change in the age of racial justice protests.
Uber Technologies Inc. and Lyft Inc. faced the direct consequences of California’s rigid law that makes it hard for companies to rely on independent contractors, with a court ruling that threatens the future of gig companies in the state.
Amazon.com defended itself Tuesday from California appeals court judges’ suggestion that it may be liable for a resident’s laptop battery injuries because it participated in the “vertical chain of distribution” of the product.
U.S. agencies may shift into the final phases of the White House’s post-pandemic reopening plan without key personnel if workers make good on their word to retire if forced to go back to the office while the pandemic is still raging.
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